The cloud is up there somewhere on the Internet, out in an intangible place you can't put your finger on, and although it can't be seen, has become a popular locale for computer data storage.
The unemployment rate in metro Gainesville declined to 6.5 percent in November, down one-tenth of a percentage point from 6.6 percent in October, the Georgia Department of Labor announced Thursday.
Another Christmas has come and gone, but retailers continue to be busy dealing with the large volume of shoppers making returns and using gift cards.
Gainesville veterinarian elected president of state association Gainesville veterinarian Denise Funk was elected president of the Georgia Veterinary Medical Association during the group's fall convention. Funk is a partner at Animal Medical Care of Gainesville. She has practiced veterinary medicine for more than 20 years in her native Hall County. Funk's degrees include an associate degree from Gainesville College, Bachelor of Science from Berry College, Master of Science from University of Georgia, and a doctorate ...
For farmers, the decision to start exporting produce can be daunting or even confusing. The University of Georgia's 2013 Farm to Port Ag Forecast economic outlook series will feature local producers and businesspeople who will share how they broke into the export market and the benefits they've seen since making the leap. "As we continue to move toward a global economy, there are new opportunities overseas and across our borders that can provide a positive ...
As Christmas tree growers and sellers around Hall County begin to close up shop for the season, many reflect on what were some of their best sales in years.
Processing Equipment Solutions Inc. has purchased a 108,000-square-foot building on Murphy Boulevard in Gainesville.
Attempting to create an image of my hard drive to DVDs recently, I discovered I had a nonfunctional optical drive. So I ran it through all the tests I could think of and came to the conclusion that is was in fact a hardware issue. What was so unsettling is the fact that my laptop is only four months old.
The state Department of Agriculture has begun taking applications for the Georgia Agriculture Tax Exemption.
Purcell named president of Ga. Door & Hardware group Debbie Purcell has been named president of the Georgia Chapter of the Door & Hardware Institute. She is currently president and CEO of Engineered Openings Inc. in Alto. The Door & Hardware Institute is a multinational organization that focuses on safety and building codes for commercial buildings. Purcell will serve a two-year term. She also serves as a national instructor for the Door & Hardware Institute. ...
My wife logged on to her eBay account early one morning this week to discover she had sold two Wii units to someone in South Carolina. Normally this would have been a good thing, except for the fact the she sells clothes online, not electronics.
Braselton-based Hamilton State Bank has named Lee Smalley as senior vice president, commercial real estate.
The preliminary unemployment rate in metro Gainesville declined to 6.6 percent in October, the Georgia Department of Labor announced Thursday.
The livestock industry made up of a coalition of livestock associations expressed disappointment with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's decision not to waive a federal law that requires corn to be used for ethanol production.
There's one thing Sunday alcohol sales have brought for sure - a 12:30 p.m. rush. "By state law we can't open before 12:30 p.m., but there's always a line prior to 12:30," said Sammy P. Brown, owner of Sammy's Package Store at 2550 Limestone Parkway. "Obviously customers are very, very excited. There's a rush for an hour." Ten miles down the road the Oakwood Package & Bottle Shop, at 3469 Mundy Mill Road, has a ...
Windows 8 is great, if you are used to it or if you have a touch-screen laptop or tablet. But more and more of my clients are complaining that they just got a new PC with Win 8 installed - and they hate it. What they really want is that new computer loaded with their old operating system, Windows 7.
After making tough decisions based on efficiency concerns, Schreiber Foods confirmed it will close its Gainesville location, which will result in 115 layoffs this fall.
Financial adviser Baldwin earns Edward Jones honors
Georgia's wildly fluctuating temperatures in this year's first four months played havoc on the state's signature onion crop.
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